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Over Nine Waves
Date Thursday June 26
Time 8:00 PM - 10:00 PM
Location Details
277 Taylor (Taylor and Eddy), 2 blocks from Powell BART
Event Type Other
Organizer/AuthorExit Theatre
*********critic's pick in both SF Weekly and the Bay Guardian****** Two Weeks Only, June 19th-28th "Barsky's Over Nine Waves is not only a new force in theater, but sophisticated, impassioned storytelling at its best." -Lisa Drostova, East Bay Express, 06/04/03 "Barsky's skill for spinning tales and his infectious belief that theater can be a force for change - not to mention his aforementioned logic-boggling skillz on the mic - should make Over Nine Waves a production worth seeking out." -Cheryl Eddy, SF Bay Guardian, 06/18/03 "Barsky combines traditional storytelling techniques, live music, and street theater with the ease of a seasoned DJ, a description that makes sense once you realize that Barsky is also a flutist and beatboxer." -SF Weekly, 06/18/03 Exit Theatre presents Over Nine Waves (and other stories) performed by Tim Barsky with The Everyday Ensemble June 19th-28th, Thursday-Saturday, at Exit Theatre on Taylor, 277 Taylor Street (3 blocks from Powell BART). Doors open at 7:45pm, show begins at 8pm. ALL AGES. Tickets are $10-20 sliding scale for reservations/info: call 415.673.3847, web:, WHAT: One-Man Show with Live Band Which Blends Hip-Hop, Street Performance and Jewish Folklore WHERE: Exit Theatre on Taylor, 277 Taylor Street SF (Taylor & Eddy 3 blocks from Powell BART) WHEN: June 19th-28th, Thursday-Saturday, 8pm San Francisco (CA)- Celebrating its 18th year on the wild side of downtown San Francisco, EXIT Theatre is an experimental theatre dedicated to producing cutting edge theatre. In this spirit we are pleased to present an evening with Tim Barsky and the Everyday Ensemble. Trained as a traditional storyteller and oral historian, Mr. Barsky has been getting increasing attention for his unique style of performance, which blends hip-hop, physical theatre and folklore. Lisa Drustova of the East Bay Express says, "-Barsky's Over Nine Waves is not only a new force in theater, but sophisticated, impassioned storytelling at its best." Tim is joined by the Everyday Ensemble, a group of musicians drawn from the underground hip-hop and klezmer communities of the Bay Area. Bassist and indian percussionist Shree Shyam (Pickle Family Circus, Company of Prophets), cellist Jess Ivry (People's Bizarre), and beatboxer Process (Thailand's Joey Boy Special guests will include beatboxers Soulati and Infinite (Beatbox, a Rapperetta), DJ Soulsalaam (Divination, Future Juju), beatboxer Andrew Chaikin (ex-House Jacks), and the breakdancers of Fillmore Rocks Crew. All of these artists are part of the vowel movement- a loose affiliation of radical artists that are seeking to move under the radar of the establishment. This is street theatre inna roots sense- intense, cutting edge, and virtuosic. Live and direct from the left coast underground. Riot police, paramedics, anarchists, true love, revenge, subways, beatboxers, and Tragic Magic. Over Nine Waves.
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